Tupac’s Fiancée Revealed The Last Words She Said To Him Before He Died
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Tupac Shakur died 26 years ago aged only 25.
The legendary New York rapper had been shot in the hand, pelvis and chest after watching a Mike Tyson boxing match at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas.
The hospital was able to keep him breathing using a life-support machine, but his mother eventually told his carers to turn it off.
Tupac was never coming back.
One of the last people to speak to the rapper before he entered a coma was his fiancée Kidada Jones, according to Vanity Fair.
The couple's romance had become a big part of the rapper's life in his final months.
“Tupac was the love of my life,” Kidada wrote in her father's autobiography. “He and I lived together for four months and then he was murdered in Las Vegas in 1996.
"It was the most horrible thing that ever happened to me.”
On the night of Tupac's death, Kidada was in the couple's hotel room when she received the call.
She was handed his blood-stained clothes at the hospital and told her fiancé had lost all blood pressure on arrival.
“Do you know I love you?” Kidada said to him, as he lay in the hospital bed. “Do you know we all love you?”
Tupac nodded, convulsed, and fell into a final coma.
Kidada later wrote in her father's autobiography: “I knew we should’ve never gone to Vegas that night. I had a horrible feeling about it.
"I’ve gone over it in my mind a million times. It wasn’t supposed to happen. We weren’t supposed to be there.
"It was the worst possible thing that could’ve happened - I still to this day don’t know who shot him."
Kidada and Tupac's relationship had started in an unusual way.
Tupac had actually criticised Kidada's father in a 1993 interview for Source Magazine, claiming he had messed his kids up by only having sex with white women, according to the Washington Post.
The whole family were understandably annoyed, but when Tupac and Kidada met in a club, Tupac apologises and the pair started dating.